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with stated purpose to honor and empower wounded warriors. a cbs news investigation found a lot of the money raised to buy the group is going to pay for lavish parties and expensive conferences. now for the first time, employees are talking about some veterans programs themselves are falling short. chip reid has the story. >> many service members have said wounded warrior projects programs have positively affected their lives. but now, for the first time, former employees of the charity are speaking out about their concern that it is strag from its mission. >> the job of helping thousand of our warriors rebuild their lives is massive and growing every day. >> their commercials are easy to recognize. and hard to miss. >> with a pledge of $19 a month. you will receive the wounded warrior project blanket. >> the charity's heavy investment in fund-raising has paid off bringing in more than $300 million in donations in
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retired army staff sergeant eric millette came home from iraq in 2006 with a bronze star and purple heart along with a traumatic brain injury and ptsd. >> on the morning of october 2nd, 2006. i was in iraq. >> reporter: wounded warrior project enrolled him in warriors speak which provides important life stills that help warriors succeed. in 2013, the charity hired him as a public speaker. but, millette quit last year. he says warriors speak is less like a pre gram to help veterans and more like a fund-raising vehicle. and they will tell you it is not. but it is. i see how an organization that rakes in hundreds of millions of dollars a year is not helping my brothers and my sisters. or at laes not all of them. >> cbs news has interviewed more than three dozen former employees of the wounded warrior project.
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us, their concerned that the organization has become more focused on raising money than on serving wounded veterans. many of those former staffers believe that after raising more than $1 billion, since 2003, the charity should be providing more wounded veterans. >> i think they want to show warriors a good time. i think they get the warriors out on the events. but where is the follow-up. >> these two former employees didn't want to show their faces fearing retaliation. >> a lot of the warriors that i saw needed mental health treatment. they don't get that from wounded warrior project. >> what happens when you make a suggestion that there is a better way to serve vet rands? >> if you have a brain, use your brain, come up with an idea in a matter of time you are off the bus. >> off the bus. >> it is their way or the highway. >> i would raise issues. why aren't we doing follow-up.
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>> how would they respond? >> we don't call warriors, warriors call us. >> they don't call warriors. >> warriors call them. and it -- again as a disabled veteran it makes me sick. >> thank you, it is a pleasure to be here. >> wounded warrior project declined our repeated request to interview ceo, steven nardizzi, they offered captain ryan kules, its director off lum nigh. >> we have heard multiple times that people go to -- to soldier bike ride, or project odyssey. and then they never hear from wounded warrior project again. is there mental health follow-up. >> there is multiple times over the course of the year. we call each and every one of our alumni. on their birth month. to be and check in, see how they're doing. see if they need any of their program services. then also have multiple opportunities for, for, them and
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they're doing. >> the former director of tax-exempt organizations at the irs. what was your biggest concern in reading these forms? >> that i couldn't tell the number of people that were assisted. i thought that was truly unusual. >> reporter: they do put some numbers on the website. >> yes, they do. >> what's the difference. >> signed under penalties of perjury. >> reporter: penalties of perjury. got to be careful on there? >> you have to be certain. >> eric millette says he expects retal retaliation from wounded warrior project. but that won't stop him. >> as a veteran, i feel other veterans need a voice. i am in a position where i can be their voice. i feel if i don't stand up and do what i feel is right. and, voice their concerns. how i feel, then i am leaving
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>> captain kules' wounded warrior project representative, said mental health services are very important to the charity and it is committing $100 million over three years to a warrior care network. it will be in a partnership with four hospitals nationwide. that will provide out patient mental health services to post 9/11 veterans. >> all the snow in the west this winter made slopes dangerous place. colorado avalanche information center says this month has been the deadliest january in nearly 20 years. last week alone, three people died in avalanches in washington state and wyoming. meanwhile, a snow boarder in tahoe faces criminal charges for starting an avalanche in an area that was off-limits to skis and snow board. >> reporter: this is what an avalanche looks like from the inside. [ bleep ]. >> had to go find fresh some where and have fun like we usually do. and got caught in the avalanche.
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christian mayer nearly swallowed up by tons of fast moving snow. now facing an avalanche of criticism and potential prosecution for what officials are calling his reckless decision. the sheriff's office and the da have chose tine prosecute and to go press charges. they need to be aware that, it is not just, oh, i can get away with this. it has much farther reaching ramifications. >> reporter: mayer trying terd the avalanche riding with friend, a popular ski destination northwest of lake tahoe. mayors was riding in a closed area of the mountain off-limits and the avalanche put other skiers at risk. >> those signs are there for a reason. this is all about safety. us wanting to make sure, ensure we always keep our skiing public as safe as possible. >> all righty. >> i would never -- not because it is illegal. because the it is dangerous. not trying to go out there and die. who want to go out there and go,
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that's silly. >> sugar bowl resort says they won't toll late any action that endangers their guests and staff. mayors says a recent incident on the mountain that could be causing resort officials to overreact. >> what happened. he works for them. him. this has happened. they have to protect themselves in order for them to not look bad to the public. >> mayors is referring to 23-year-old carson may, a ski instructor who disappeared skiing the mountain.
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and enjoy living well. american television show making history. showtime's house of lies. the first scripted program to shoot on the island since the ago. ben tracy flew to havana to see how hollywood may be playing a role in improving relations with the u.s. there is always plenty of action on the streets of havana. >> action. >> but this is different. hollywood has come to town. >> do you have any idea where we are? >> showtime's house of lies spend a week in cuba. >> welcome to havana. shooting season five, season finale. restored american cars proved to
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don cheetle staufr thestar of the show. the first scripted u.s. show to shoot in cuba, how meaningful is that to you? >> amazing. takes the finale of the show to a place we couldn't imagine possible with a completely different look and, and, idea, and -- different focus and tone. >> it was director matthew carnahan with wife, actress, director helen hunt who wanted to bring the show to cuba. that's much easier said than done. the u.s. embargo is still in place. so the money to finance the shoot had to be wired through canadian banks. u.s. credit card don't work here. wif tichlt wif wifi nearly not existent. production equipment had to be sent in from germany. and the not so matter of government censorship. >> i imagine the government here wanted to know what you were
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saying about cuba. how much hand on do they get on a script on a show like this. >> you don't come to cuba and shoot whatever you want. they are very protective of the culture they have here and system that they have here. so in order to, to be here today, we submit aid script and outline month as go and reviewed the cuban government. and we were given approvals at various stages. the producers also had to get permission from the u.s. government. ambassador de la rentas is in charge. >> what is the significance of a u.s. television show filming in cuba? >> culture is a bridge builder as we forge this new relationship. personally i think it is very important. we are receiving a lot of calls and a lot of visitors from different elements of the industry. expressing interest. >> reporter: universal picture
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shoot a portion of "fast & furious 8" in cuba. but "house of lies" got here first and actress christen bell has seen a lot of curious cubans. >> it is a curious thing we are doing. people are walking around with flight of the navigator on their heads and cars attached to other coors and a bunch of blonds. it is interesting. people they stare. and they're, they're quiet and cooperative. and so hospitable. i asked this woman what she thought of it all? see said she likes it because of relations between u.s. and cuba and glad the show cam to her town. and cubans weren't just watching. they were hired as extras. and misdemeanor berz of the-- and members of the crew. and took their cast of job as ambassadors quite seriously we
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josh lawson working on their language skills. mi espanol is muy bueno. muy bueno. >> very good. >> casa. >> house. >> you know the words for rum and cigar. >> think it is rum. >> and cigar. >> cigar. >> kidding aside the cast and crew seemed aware though they were shooting a tv show the role they played with cute ban people was much more significant. >> there are many ways to sort uh bridge that cultural divide. it is nice that we have been
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emissaries of the sun dance film festival hasn't handed out award yet. already netflix and amazon winning when it comes to buying. sending shock waves through hollywood outbidding traditional
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coveted films. their shopping spree can change the way we all watch movies. >> reporter: amazon and netflix didn't spend a dime on films at sundance last year. this time around they reached into their deep pockets and spent millions on quality films. all part of a bigger effort to make the term direct-to-television a blessing not a curse. >> i saved your life. >> netflix shocked the movie industry last march, paying $12 million for "beasts of no nation." turns out it was just getting started. this week at sun dance, netflix did binge spending. snapping up the movie starring ellen page, and fundamentals of caring with paul rudd and selena gomez. and bid for rights to "the birth
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slavery volt which ended up at less. >> netflix, amazon, dominated. targeted good movies. >> amazon beat out fox, universal and focus features for the buzzy drama manchester by the sea, starring kyle chandler and casey affleck and love and friendship. >> the major studios are at disadvantage. when they bid, they have to take into account how many tickets they sell. net netflix and amazon have deeper pockets don't have to worry selling tickets, offering original content to their survivors. >> amazon is expected to roll out acquisitions the way it did spike lee's movie, chi-raq, debuted after its theatrical release. netflix model is more radical. bees beasts of no nation was
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>> up-ended the business coming in trying to get original content and cut out the middle man, movie theater owners. think we are getting closer where you can have a big movie and not necessarily release it in movie theaters. the movie studios still have prestige that comes with releasing movies in theaters. variety says the filmmaker behind "birrth of a nation" turned down netflix, with a studio. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later for the morning news and cbs this morning.
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in new york city. new cases of zika virus. in the united states. and, two men, two generations. >> opposite ends of the spectrum. only one can win. >> it is going to be awesome. >> this is the cbs overnight news. we open with a bid of one no trump. the political play of the day by the republican front-runner, pulling out of the next presidential debate tonight. if it is a stunt it is working. it could be risky, four days before iowa when donald trump is neck and neck with ted cruz in the battle for the first votes of campaign 2016. here is major garrett. >> they can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else. >> it began with a statement
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president trump unable to deal with foreign adversaryies replacing his cabinet with his twitter followers. >> when i see a press release written by a child. i just saw. what do i have to do. >> trump objected to moderator meg can kelly he accused of bias since she asked tough questions at the first debate in august. >> you called will yun don't like. fat pigs. dogs, slobs. >> in 2011 trump only had praise for kelly. >> do you really think you are a better moderator than i am? >> no, i could never beat you. that wouldn't be close. that would be no contest. you have done a great job, i mean it. >> reporter: ted cruz called trump's dispute with fox news laughable. >> apparently, megyn kelly is
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and, you know, donald is a fragile soul. you know, if she asks him mean questions, his hair might stand on end. >> on twitter, trump replied reigniting the controversy of cruz's canadian birth. ted cruz wants to debate me again he wrote can we do it in canada. >> poor little donald being mistreated. >> jeb bush trailing in the polls predicted trump will take the stage. and try to turn back to the issues. >> we have to have the courage to change medicare. >> reporter: trump did get support from influential conservative radio host, rush limbaugh. >> i have news for you he is controlling the media. and it is his objective. he is controlling the media. he controls the media when he is not on it. he controls the media when he is on it. he controls the media when he is asleep. >> by fox's count. trump appeared on the network 132 times during the campaign t far more than any republican rivals. scott, trump its now challenging the
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the republican nomination conversation and the network well aware of the stakes is not backing down. >> the trump campaign just told for veterans at the time of the debate. major garrett for us. major, thank you. sanders took a detour off the campaign trail, to check out what he hopes will be his new office. here is nancy cordes. >> god, what a turnout! [ applause ] >> reporter: there are few things that will pull a candidate out of iowa, five day before the caucus. a legitimacy lending meeting with the president is one of them. >> the president and i discussed this morning a number of issues. foreign policy issues. domestic issues, occasionally a little bit of politic thousands. >> reporter: the white house
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works for a while and was not meant to balance out the president's lavish praise of clinton in a recent interview. >> she is a good, smart, tough, person. >> his approval matters, as both candidates vie to win over his supporters. >> before it was called obama care, it was called hillary care. >> even the sanders slogan, a future to believe in looks a lot like mr. obama's change we can believe in. >> i was a fan of obama from the beginning. >> reporter: kimberly boggus and zoe wagner live in beaverdale, an iowa town that was so gung-ho for obama, it got nicknamed obamadale. >> which way do you think beaverdale is going this time? >> you know, it is a third -- a third hillary, a third o'malley, and third sanders. >> wagner, a high school junior is a precinct captain for clinton. >> reporter: why do you think the campaign went with some one so young as precinct captain? >> she's good. >> i think it just has to do with energy and passion for the job. i mean, i believed in her since day one.
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time getting back to iowa for an event here in mason city tonight. he said he didn't bother scott asking the president for his endorsement, because the white house has vowed to stay neutral in the primary. >> nancy cordes. thank you. in oregon, law enforcement has cut off access to buildings on a national wildlife refuge where armed anti-government protesters have been holed up for weeks. last night when some of the group's leaders were driving to a meeting, police closed in on them, kill one, and arresting the others. carter evan is there. >> reporter: the militia members were on their way to community event when captured during a traffic stop and shots were fired. in all, eight were arrested including the group's leader, ammon bundy. conservative talk show host, pete santilli was live streaming as the confrontation
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>> if ammon is in kus deerks it is over, it is done. authorities say the goal was to apprehend them peacefully. the fbi went say who shot first. spokesman, lavoy finicum and bundy's brother wounded. hardy county sheriff dave ward. >> disappointed that a traffic stop yesterday that was supposed to bring peaceful resolution to this -- ended badly. we don't arm up and rebel. we work through the appropriate channels. this can't happen any more. >> reporter: bundy and armed followers none from oregon took control of the national wildlife refuge, january 2nd to protest landownership by the federal government. since the takeover federal authorities refused to raid the compound. fbi special agent greg bretzing said they were given ample opportunity to leave peacefully. >> instead these individuals have chosen to threaten and intimidate the america they
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>> reporter: in nearby burns, some residents feel the protesters have more than overstayed their welcome. are you ready for them to leave? >> i've been ready for them to leave for several weeks. >> reporter: it is estimated as few as 10 and as many as three dozen militia members are still holed up ten miles down the road behind me. scott, late today, through his attorney, ammon bundy urged everyone remaining here to return home to their families and let the justice system take its course.
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the pew research center has a new poll tonight. 20% of americans said they would be less likely to vote for a candidate who used marijuana. 37% don't want a candidate who has had an affair. 41% don't look personal financial troubles. and the number one disqualifier, 51% said they wouldn't have faith in a candidate who does not believe in god. last night, we broke the story of lavish spending by one of the most prominent charities for wounded veterans. financial records show that compared to similar charities, the wounded warrior project spend a far smaller share of what it takes in on the vets them selves. tonight we have more of our investigation by chip reid and producer jennifer janisch. >> reporter: the nation's most prominent veterans charity is facing criticism from more than 40 former employees how it spend
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raised in the past sick years. we asked mark owens, a former director of tax-exempt organizations at the irs to review the wounded warrior project's tax documents. >> what was your biggest concern in reading these forms? >> that i couldn't tell the number of people that were assisted. i thought that was truly unusual. if the organization is asking for money and spending money purportedly spending money to assist veterans, i would look to know. wounded warrior project says 80% of their money is spent on programs for veterans. that's because they include professional items, direct response advertising, and shipping and postage costs. take that out, and the figures look more like what charity watch dogs say only 54 to 60% of donations go to help wound service members. the ceo said fund-raising should and can be included in the programs and services. your response? >> i would be curious to know
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equates to the assistance of wounded veterans. >> steven nardizzi has been ceo since 2009. in 2014 he was paid nearly $500,000 in line with similar sized charities. many former employees told us they thought it was too much. nardizzi defended his salary to or norfolk affiliate. >> my salary is less than 1/10 of 1% of the donations that come in. i am running an organization that is helping hundreds of thousands of warriors. >> last year, wwp gave $150,000 grant to a group that defends higher spending on overhead executive salaries and fund-raising. nardizzi says the more money the charity raises the more it can spend on veterans. >> if your only fixation is spending the most on programs,
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necessarily doing good. you can run program activities. >> but daniel says his biggest concern is the group is sitting on $24 million surplus and not enough is being spent on veterans. >> is would be helpful if hundred of millions of dollars were being spent to help veterans in the shorter term, year or two, rather than being held for longer term. wounded warrior project told us it is committed $100 million to a new mental health care initiative and hope to raise another $500 million for long term care for severely wounded veterans. scott, it could be years before most of the money makes an impact on the lives of wounded service members. >> chip reid with our cbs news investigation.
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a lawsuit today its demanding all the lead pipes in flint, michigan's water system be replaced. at least 100 children there have elevated levels of toxic lead in their blood. the lead came out of the pipes for more than a year after flint failed to add standard anti-core corrosion chemicals to the water. adriana diaz is back in flint tonight. >> now is time to act to help the people of flint. >> reporter: michigan governor, rick snyder told flint to have faith in his recovery plan. it will take months before he knows if the tap water is clean. flint residents want their lead pipes replaced before they drink the water. when is the soonest one of the lines will be replaced? >> a lot of work is being done to understand where the lead service lines fully are. >> reporter: for now, anti-corrosion chemicals in the water are patching up protective coating in pipes to help keep the lead out. the state tested a sample of
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93% had less than federal limit of 15 parts per billion. 85%, below 5 ppb. 160 homes had dangerous levels of lead. professor mark edwards of virginia tech was the first to detect elevated lead levels last summer when state officials tried to discredit him. now the governor tapped him to help oversee the recovery. edwards says current lead levels are three to four times lower than this summer's highs. do you think people here are weeks away from being able to drink unfiltered tap water. months. >> more likely, realistically, >> reporter: until then, flint's 99,000 residents like rose and bottled and filtered walter as water bills pile up. >> it is not right. it's not fair. so we will just have to see what comes of this. >> as residents depend on bottled walter many are refusing some joined a class action lawsuit to get their money back. scott, the mayor requested $3 million from the state to keep
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utility afloat. >> adriana diaz, thanks. >> a tornado swept through broward county, florida today. trees came down. roofs tore up. trucks and cars were tossed. florida's turnpike was closed north of fort lauderdale. but there was only one injury. and it wasn't serious. there was a little more worrying news about the economy today. the federal reserve said that growth began to slow at the end of last year. and so it kept interest rates unchanged today. but that helped send the dow tumbling more than 200 points. another factor, apple. one of the stock's in the dow, fell more than 6.5% because iphone sales had cooled off. new cases of zika virus are turning up in the u.s. washington find a lot of green under all of that white. and -- new partners in fighting crime.
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a new case of zika virus reported in minnesota today. that makes ten cases in five states. the mosquito borne infection is in the womb. the u.s. cases are in people who traveled from south of the border, but dr. jon lapook is
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an outbreak here at home. >> reporter: brazil is fighting zika virus trying to control its mosquito population. so farther zika virus has not been found in mosquitoes in the u.s. the types that could carry the virus are found in this country. in fact, in warmer months those mosquitoes can be found in regions where 60% of americans live. that's about 200 million people. the zika virus has been linked to a birth effect, microcephaly where babies are born with small head. and dr. tara shrazian says doctors are bracing for likely arrival of the virus. in america, about 4 million women get pregnant each year. >> out of five only one exhibits symptoms. the other four don't have symptoms and may have been exposed but may still develop
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transmission from mom to fetus we think is relatively high. >> nurse practitioner safiyyah okoye is pregnant and decided not to vacation in the caribbean this year. >> even countries that weren't on the travel ban list, i felt like by the time of our trip in march seemed like the list was rapidly growing. >> reporter: today united and american airlines, issued new policies allowing pregnant women to postpone travel or receive full refund of flights to zika infected countries. the common way zika spreads through mosquito bites and more is needed about risk of transition through sexual contact and blood transfusion. a vaccine could be three to five years away. jon, thank you very much. jon answered question as but zika virus in a facebook chat this evening. you can find his response on our face book page.
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right back. customs officials have been confiscating knock-off hoverboards. in chicago they showed off 16,000 counterfeits. authority say the fakes are more likely to overheat and catch fire than the real ones. in washington, the big storm led to a blizzard of tickets for parking on snow emergency routes. nearly 5,000 were written. that is a snowfall windfall for the city. $1.25 million. by comparison, new york gave parkers a pass during the emergency. florida is coming to d.c.'s rescue sending 15 trucks to help pick up the snow with signs that say visit florida. in canton, ohio, officer
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steve hartman reported the officer's former partner, jethroe was shot and killed by a suspected burglar and given a hero's funeral. davis flew out to houston to scout replacements and when he saw a german shepherd named tuko it was a match.
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up for the generations. we end tonight with an epic battle of the ages. a 20-something against a 30-something in a game that should be something else. peyton manning's candid moment with bell belichick after sunday's championship game. is adding more drama to a game that already features the most diametric division of team leaders in super bowl history. manning, 39, most prolific passer the game has ever seen. but perhaps the least mobile. cam newton, just 26. >> for the touchdown. >> the best running quarterback today. he rushed for more yards than any of his peers. 636. manning, negative 6. >> is it possible to put into word how different the styles are? >> opposite end of the spectrum.
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for four teams during his career. look at peyton manning. the typical old-fashioned quarterback. look at cam newton. running and passing threat. >> reporter: the extreme style split extend beyond game plays and age gaps. on the sideline. manning never takes his eyes away from the printouts looks like he is constantly cramming for the s.a.t.'s. newton is demonstrative, hyperemotional, smiling and soaking in every moment like playground. stifling defenses two. best in the nfl. >> picked off by coleman. >> think this is a defensive match up. people want to see, 49, 4. don't think it will be that way. it wil be fun. awesome. >> one of two walks away with the ring. the bronco riding the last rodeo or young panther likely on the verge of many more. >> and, of course you can see super bowl 50, sunday, february 7th. right here on cbs. that's the "overnight news for this thursday."
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continue thousands. for others check back with us later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm scott pelley. >> this is the cbs overnight y news. hi, everyone, welcome to the overnight news.
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answers in or gun after a deadly gunfight involving authorities and gunmen occupying a wildlife refuge. several occupiers and their leader, ammon bundy were heading to town when they ran into the fbi shots were fired. one of the men, a spokesperson for the group was killed. one witness said he attacked the cops. another said he was running away. and another claims he was cooperating. eight occupiers are under arrest. one is hospitalized. dave ward got emotional at a news conference. >> the occupation at the refuge and the actions of some of the folks down there have created a
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it hasn't just been, isolated to the refuge. i think that is a point that gets missed quite a bit. some of these folks, spent a lot of time in town trying to stir issues within the community. if it was as simple as the waiting out some folks down there to get out of some buildings. we could have waited a lot longer. but this has been tearing our community apart. it's time for everybody in this -- in this illegal occupation to move on. there doesn't have to be bloodshed in our community. we have issues with the way thing s are going in our government. we have a responsibility as citizens to act on those in an appropriate manner. we don't arm up. we don't arm up and rebel. we work through the appropriate channels. this can't happen any more. this can't happen in america.
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thank you. >> carter evans has more. >> for weeks authorities have taken a hands off approach to this occupation. but that changes on tuesday. bundy and his followers were headed to a town meeting when they were stopped by police. it is unclear who fired first. this video shows fbi agents and police intercepting militant leader, ammon bundy and militia members on an oregon highway not far from where they occupied federal land since the start of the year. shots were fired. bundy was arrested. his brother ryan was shot but has nonlife threatening injuries. >> this its about your freedom. >> lavoy finicum, a spokes wern was killed in the shootout according to him. >> ryan bundy had been shot in the arm. lavoy finicum had been murdered, cold-blooded murdered. finicum described a change in how authorities were approaching the 25 day occupation.
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hardened. when they stepped out of their vehicles now they're stepping out with their -- with their, their rifles. >> last night, heavily armed officers stood guard outside a hospital believed to be holding one of the militia members. at least eight people connected to the armed protest were arrested tuesday on federal felony charges of conspiracy to impede officers. >> this is the constitution. that's what we are up here for. the constitution. >> january 2nd. bundy and armed followers took control ofhe national wildlife refuge they claim the federal government is forcing rangers to sell their land. why are you armed? >> we are serious about being here, defending our rights. and we are serious about getting some things straightened out. >> reporter: just days ago, oregon governor kate brown stepped up pressure on federal authorities to end the occupation. >> the situation is absolutely intolerable. and it must be resolved
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republican presidential front-runner donald trump sticking to his guns and will boycott the gop debate, because he has issues with fox news mod moderator, megyn kelly. trump and kelly got into a dustup during and after the last debate hosted by the cable network. the billionaire insisted fox dump kelly from this debate. fox chairman refused. trump remains way atop the national polls. meanwhile in iowa he hold a slim two point lead over ted cruz. mayor garrett has the the latest from des moines. >> the feud between donald trump and fox news simmering for months is now on. means the final debate before the iowa caucus is off at lest for trump and at lest for now. a saga that played out in press conferences, rallies and of course, on tv. >> they can't toy with me like
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so let them have their debate. and let's see how they do with the ratings. >> reporter: it all started when fox news released a statement early yesterday mocking future president trump for cowering to putin and ayatollah saying trump would replace the cabinet with twitter followers. trump was not amused. when they sent out the wise guy press releases, done by some pr person along with roger ales, i said bye-bye. fox returned fire claiming the trump boycott was rooted in one thing megyn kelly whom he has viciously attacked since august. >> welcome to the megyn kelly file. >> the debate will go on with or without mr. trump. >> fox stood by kelly against what it said were unspecified threats of trouble from trump campaign manager. we can't give in to terrorizations towards any employees, fox said. trump's rivals pounced. >> apparently, megyn kelly is
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you said something mean back in august, i am taking my toys and leaving. >> it is time that somebody plays grownup. then when i see a press release written by a child, like i just saw, i said, what do i have to do? what do i have to make fox rich? >> trump supporters we spoke with didn't seem to care if their candidate took the primetime stage? >> personally, eh, don't matter. >> ohhing i don't care. they give him a hard time anyway. >> reporter: cruz eager to stay in the spotlight. challenged trump to a debate. different moderators or none at all. bernie sanders spent the day at the white house chatting with president obama. the latest poll has him with the four-point lead over hillary clinton in iowa. nancy cordes reports. >> my god, what a turnout! [ applause ] >> the optics were impressive. 14,000 cheering supporters, waving future to believe in signs that looked strikingly similar to the obama campaign
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>> people are sick and tired of establishment politics and establishment economics. at the same time, clinton was telling a more intimate crowd of 500 in cedar falls she is the one with substance. >> i am not just shouting slogans not just engaging in rhetoric. i thought this through. i have a plan. >> that is similar to the case sunny made against her 2008 opponent. >> i'm offering 35 years of experience making change. the results to show for it. >> reporter: now he is in the white house and will greet sanders there today. two days after he lavished praise on clinton in an interview. she returned the favor tuesday when asked if sunny would appoint mr. obama to the supreme court. >> wow, what a great idea. nobody has ever suggested that to me. >> important message
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heavily in fund raising with stated purpose to honor and empower wounded warriors. a cbs news investigation found a lot of the money raised by the group is going to pay for lavish parties and expensive conferences. now for the first time, employees are talking about some veterans programs themselves are falling short. chip reid has the story. >> many service members have said wounded warrior projects programs have positively affected their lives. but now, for the first time, former employees of the charity are speaking out about their concern that it is strag from its mission. >> the job of helping thousand of our warriors rebuild their lives is massive and growing every day. >> their commercials are easy to recognize. and hard to miss. >> with a pledge of $19 a month. you will receive the wounded warrior project blanket. >> the charity's heavy investment in fund-raising has
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$300 million in donations in 2014. retired army staff sergeant eric millette came home from iraq in 2006 with a bronze star and purple heart along with a traumatic brain injury and ptsd. >> on the morning of october 2nd, 2006. i was in iraq. >> reporter: wounded warrior project enrolled him in warriors speak which provides important life stills that help warriors succeed. in 2013, the charity hired him as a public speaker. but, millette quit last year. he says warriors speak is less like a pre gram to help veterans and more like a fund-raising vehicle. and they will tell you it is not. but it is. i see how an organization that rakes in hundreds of millions of dollars a year is not helping my brothers and my sisters. or at laes not all of them. >> cbs news has interviewed more than three dozen former employees of the wounded warrior
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and nearly all of them have told us, their concerned that the organization has become more focused on raising money than on serving wounded veterans. many of those former staffers believe that after raising more than $1 billion, since 2003, the charity should be providing more comprehensive services to wounded veterans. >> i think they want to show warriors a good time. i think they get the warriors out on the events. but where is the follow-up. >> these two former employees didn't want to show their faces fearing retaliation. >> a lot of the warriors that i saw needed mental health treatment. they don't get that from wounded warrior project. >> what happens when you make a suggestion that there is a better way to serve veterans. >> if you have a brain, use your brain, come up with an idea in a matter of time you are off the bus. >> off the bus. >> it is their way or the highway. >> i would raise issues. why aren't we doing follow-up. case management? >> how would they respond?
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>> they don't call warriors. >> warriors call them. and it -- again as a disabled veteran it makes me sick. >> thank you, it is a pleasure to be here. >> wounded warrior project declined our repeated request to interview ceo, steven nardizzi, they offered captain ryan kules, recipient of the programs and services and director of its alumni. >> we have heard multiple times that people go to -- to soldier bike ride, or project odyssey. and then they never hear from wounded warrior project again. is there mental health follow-up. wounded warrior project contacts alumni, multiple times over the course of the year. we call each and every one of our alumni. on their birth month. to be and check in, see how they're doing. see if they need any of their program services. then also have multiple opportunities for, for, them and
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they're doing. >> the former director of tax-exempt organizations at the irs. what was your biggest concern in reading these forms? >> that i couldn't tell the number of people that were assisted. i thought that was truly unusual. >> reporter: they do put some numbers on the website. >> yes, they do. >> what's the difference. >> signed under penalties of perjury. >> reporter: penalties of perjury. got to be careful on there? >> you have to be certain. retaliation from wounded warrior project. but that won't stop him. >> as a veteran, i feel other veterans need a voice. i am in a position where i can be their voice. i feel if i don't stand up and do what i feel is right. and, voice their concerns. how i feel, then i am leaving them behind.
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warrior project representative, said mental health services are very important to the charity and it is committing $100 million over three years to a warrior care network. it will be in a partnership with four hospitals nationwide. that will provide out patient mental health services to post 9/11 veterans. >> all the snow in the west this winter made slopes dangerous place. colorado avalanche information center says this month has been the deadliest january in nearly 20 years. last week alone, three people died in avalanches in washington state and wyoming. meanwhile, a snow boarder in tahoe faces criminal charges for starting an avalanche in an area that was off-limits to skis and snow board. >> reporter: this is what an avalanche looks like from the inside. [ bleep ]. >> had to go find fresh some
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usually do. and got caught in the avalanche. >> reporter: snow boarder christian mayer nearly swallowed up by tons of fast moving snow. now facing an avalanche of criticism and potential prosecution for what officials are calling his reckless decision. the sheriff's office and the da have chose tine prosecute and to go press charges. they need to be aware that, it is not just, oh, i can get away with this. it has much farther reaching ramifications. >> reporter: mayer trying terd the avalanche riding with friend, a popular ski destination northwest of lake tahoe. mayors was riding in a closed area of the mountain off-limits and the avalanche put other skiers at risk. >> those signs are there for a reason. this is all about safety. us wanting to make sure, ensure we always keep our skiing public as safe as possible. >> all righty. >> i would never -- not because it is illegal. because the it is dangerous. not trying to go out there and die.
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american television show making history. showtime's house of lies. the first scripted program to shoot on the island since the cuban embargo began more than 50 years ago. ben tracy flew to havana to see how hollywood may be playing a role in improving relations with the u.s. there is always plenty of action on the streets of havana. >> action. >> but this is different. hollywood has come to town. >> do you have any idea where we are? >> showtime's house of lies spend a week in cuba. >> welcome to havana. shooting season five, season finale.
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be irresistible props. don cheatle is the star of the show. the first scripted u.s. show to shoot in cuba, how meaningful is that to you? >> amazing. takes the finale of the show to a place we couldn't imagine possible with a completely different look and, and, idea, and -- different focus and tone. >> it was director matthew carnahan with wife, actress, director helen hunt who wanted to bring the show to cuba. that's much easier said than done. the u.s. embargo is still in place. so the money to finance the shoot had to be wired through canadian banks. u.s. credit card don't work here. wifi nearly not existent. production equipment had to be sent in from germany. and the not so matter of government censorship.
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wanted to know what you were going to shoot and what you were saying about cuba. how much hand on do they get on a script on a show like this. >> you don't come to cuba and shoot whatever you want. they are very protective of the culture they have here and system that they have here. so in order to, to be here today, we submit aid script and outline month as go and reviewed the cuban government. and we were given approvals at various stages. the producers also had to get permission from the u.s. government. ambassador de la rentas is in charge. >> what is the significance of a u.s. television show filming in cuba? >> culture is a bridge builder as we forge this new relationship. personally i think it is very important. we are receiving a lot of calls and a lot of visitors from different elements of the industry. expressing interest.
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is trying to get per motion to shoot a portion of "fast & furious 8" in cuba. but "house of lies" got here first and actress christen bell has seen a lot of curious cubans. >> it is a curious thing we are doing. people are walking around with flight of the navigator on their heads and cars attached to other cars and, you know a bunch of blonds. it is interesting. people they stare. and they're, they're quiet and cooperative. and so hospitable. i asked this woman what she thought of it all? see said she likes it because of relations between u.s. and cuba and glad the show cam to her town. and cubans weren't just watching. they were hired as extras. and members of the crew. and the cast took their job as u.s. cultural ambassadors quite seriously. we
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josh lawson working on their language skills. mi espanol is muy bueno. muy bueno. >> very good. >> casa. >> house. >> you know the words for rum and cigar. >> think it is rum. >> and cigar. >> cigar. >> kidding aside the cast and crew seemed aware though they were shooting a tv show the role they played with the cuban people was much more significant. >> there are many ways to sort it is nice that we have been
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the sun dance film festival hasn't handed out award yet. already netflix and amazon winning when it comes to buying. the streaming services are sending shock waves through
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studios for many of the most coveted films. their shopping spree can change the way we all watch movies. >> reporter: amazon and netflix didn't spend a dime on films at sundance last year. this time around they reached into their deep pockets and spent millions on quality films. all part of a bigger effort to make the term direct-to-television a blessing not a curse. >> i saved your life. >> netflix shocked the movie industry last march, paying $12 million for "beasts of no nation." the acclaimed film about star soldiers. turns out it was just getting started. this week at sun dance, netflix did binge spending. snapping up the movie starring ellen page, and fundamentals of caring with paul rudd and selena gomez. for $7 million. also bid $20 million for the rights to "the birth
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slave revolt which ended up at fox search light for $3 million less. >> netflix, amazon, dominated. they've come in here, targeted good movies. really gone on a buying spree. >> amazon beat out fox, universal and focus features for the buzzy drama manchester by the sea, starring kyle chandler and casey affleck and love and friendship. >> the major studios are at disadvantage. when they bid, they have to take into account how many tickets they sell. whereas, with netflix and amazon have deeper pockets don't have to worry selling tickets, offering original content to their survivors. >> amazon is expected to roll out acquisitions the way it did spike lee's movie, chi-raq, debuted after its theatrical release. netflix model is more radical. bee beasts of no nation was released in theaters and online.
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in trying to get original content and cut out the middle man, movie theater owners. think we are getting closer where you can have a big movie and not necessarily release it in movie theaters. they can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else. >> trump pulls out of the debate. will he change his mind? >> i got a $20 bet he will show up. also tonight more of our
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questionable spending by the largest veterans charity. new cases of zika virus in the united states. and, two men, two generations. >> opposite end of the spectrum. >> and only one can win. >> it is going to be awesome. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." trump. the political play of the day by the republican front-runner, pulling out of the next presidential debate tonight. if it is a publicity stunt it is working. but it could also be a risky move. four days before iowa, where donald trump is neck and neck with ted cruz, he is in the battle for the first votes of campaign 2016. here is major garrett. >> they can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else. so let them have their debate. let's see huh they do with the ratings. >> reporter: it began with a
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future president trump unable to deal with foreign addversaryies replacing his cabinet with his twitter followers. >> when i see a press release written by a child, what do i have to do? >> reporter: trump objected to fox moderator megyn kelly. >> you called women you don't like, fat pigs, dogs, slobs. >> in 2011 trump only had praise for kelly. >> do you really think you are a better moderator than i am? >> no, i could never beat you. that wouldn't be close. that would be no contest. you have done a great job, i mean it. >> reporter: ted cruz called trump's dispute with fox news laughable. >> apparently, meg can gelyn kelly is really, really scary. and, you know, donald is a
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you know, if she asks him mean questions, his hair might stand on end. >> on twitter, trump replied reigniting the controversy of cruz's canadian birth. ted cruz wants to debate me again he wrote can we do it in canada. >> poor little donald being mistreated. >> jeb bush trailing in the polls predicted trump will take the stage. >> we have to have the courage to change medicare. >> reporter: trump did get support from influential conservative radio host, rush limbaugh. >> i have news for you he is controlling the media. and it is his on jek tichltbjective. he is controlling the media. he controls the media when he is not on it. he controls the media when he is on it. he controeldsls the media when he is asleep. >> by fox's count. trump appeared on the network 132 times during the campaign t trump its now challenging the
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the republican nomination conversation and the network well aware of the stakes is not backing down. >> the trump campaign just told us he will be hosting an event for veterans at the time of the debate. thank you. on the democratic side, bernie sanders took a detour off the campaign trail, to check out what he hopes will be his new office. here is nancy cordes. >> god, what a turnout! [ applause ] >> reporter: there are few things that will pull a candidate out of iowa, five day before the caucus. a legitimacy lending meeting with the president is one of them. >> the president and i discussed this morning a number of issues. foreign policy issues. domestic issues, occasionally a little bit of politic thousands. >> reporter: the white house insisted the sitdown was in the works for a while and was not meant to balance out the president's lavish praise of
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>> she is a good, smart, tough, person. >> his approval matters, as both candidates vie to win over his supporters. >> before it was called obama care, it was called hillary care. >> even the sanders slogan, a future to believe in looks a lot like mr. obama's change we can believe in. >> i was a fan of obama from the beginning. >> reporter: kimberly boggus and zoe wagner live in beaverdale, nicknamed obamadale. >> which way do you think beaverdale is going this time? >> a third, hillary, a third o'malley, and third sanders. >> wagner is a precinct captain for clinton. >> reporter: why do you think the campaign went with some one so young as precinct captain? >> she's good. >> i think it just has to do with energy and passion for the job. i mean, i believed in her since day one.
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time getting back to iowa for an event here in mason city tonight. he said he didn't bother scott asking the president for his endorsement, because the white house has vowed to stay neutral in the primary. >> nancy cordes. thank you. in oregon, law enforcement has cut off access to buildings on a national wildlife refuge where armed anti-government protesters have been holed up for weeks. last night when some of the group's leaders were driving to a meeting, police closed in on them, kill one, and arresting the others. carter evan is there. >> reporter: the militia members were on their way to community event when captured during a traffic stop and shots were fired. in all, eight were arrested including the group's leader, ammon bundy. conservative talk show host, pete santilli was live streaming. authorities say the goal was to
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the fbi went say who shot first. but when it was over, militia spokesman, lavoy finicum and bundy's brother wounded. sheriff dave ward. >> disappointed that a traffic stop yesterday that was supposed to bring peaceful resolution to this -- ended badly. we work through the appropriate channels. this can't happen any more. >> reporter: bundy and armed followers none from oregon took control of the national wildlife refuge, january 2nd to protest landownership by the federal government. since the takeover federal authorities refused to raid the compound. greg bretzing said they were given ample opportunity to leave peacefully. >> instead these individuals have chosen to threaten and intimidate the america they profess to love. >> reporter: in nearby burns,
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protesters have more than overstayed their welcome. are you ready for them to leave? >> i've been ready for them to leave for several weeks. >> reporter: it issest mated as few as 10 and as many as three dozen militia members are still holed up ten miles down the road behind me. scott, late today, through his attorney, ammon bundy urged everyone remaining here to return home to their families and let the justice system take its course. >> carter evans, thank you.
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will be right back. now for this question -- who should not be president? the pew research center has a new poll tonight.
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be less likely to vote for a candidate who used marijuana. 37% don't want a candidate who has had an affair. 41% don't look personal financial troubles. and the number one disqualifier, 51% said they wouldn't have faith in a candidate who does not believe in god. last night, we broke the story of lavish spending by one of the most prominent charities for wounded veterans. financial records show that compared to similar charities, the wounded warrior project spend a far smaller share of what it takes in on the vets them selves. tonight we have more of our investigation by chip reid and pre deucer, jennifer janisch. >> reporter: the nation's most prominent veterans charity is facing criticism from more than 40 former employees how it spend the more than $800 million it
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we asked mark owens, a former director of tax-exempt organizations at the irs to review the wounded warrior project's tax documents. >> what was your biggest concern in reading these forms? >> that i couldn't tell the number of people that were assisted. i thought that was truly unusual. if the organization is asking for money and spending money purportedly spending money to assist veterans, i would look to know. wounded warrior project says 80% of their money is spent on programs for veterans. that's because they include professional items, direct response advertising, and shipping and postage costs. take that out, and the figures look more like what charity watch dogs say only 54 to 60% of donations go to help wound service members. the ceo said fund-raising should and can be included in the programs and services. your response?
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how asking people for money equates to the assistance of wounded veterans. >> steven nardizzi has been ceo since 2009. in 2014 he was paid nearly $500,000 in line with similar sized charities. many former employees told us they thought it was too much. nardizzi defended his salary to or norfolk affiliate. >> less than 1% of the donations that come in. i am running an organization that is helping hundreds of thousands of warriors. >> last year, wwp gave $150,000 grant to a group that defends higher spending on overhead executive salaries and fund-raising fund-raising. nardizzi says the more money the charity raises the more it can spend on veterans. >> if your only fixation is spending the most on programs, that's feeling good, not
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you can run program activityiesactivities. >> but daniel says his biggest concern is the group is sitting on $24 million surplus and not enough is being spent on veterans. >> is w udould be helpful if hundred of millions of dollars were being spent to help veterans in the shorter term, year or two, rather than being held for longer term. wounded warrior project told us it is committed $100 million to a new mental health care initiative and hope to raise another $500 million for long term care for severely wounded veterans. scott, it could be years before most of the money makes an impact on the lives of wounded service members. >> chip reid with our cbs news investigation. chip, thank you very much. a lawsuit today its demanding all the lead pipes in flint, michigan's water system be replaced.
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elevated levels of toxic lead in their blood. the lead came out of the pipes for more than a year after flint failed to add standard anti-core roegs corrosion chemicals to the water. adrian diaz is back in flint. >> time to act. >> reporter: michigan governor, rick snyder told flint to have faith. it will take months before he knows if the tap walt r is clean. flint residents want their lead pipes replaced before they drink the water. when is the soonest one of the lines will be replaced? >> a lot of work is being done to understand where the lead service lines fully are. >> reporter: for now, anti-corrosion chemicals in the water are patching up protective coating in pipes to help keep the lead out. the state tested a sample of 2,500 flint homes. 93% had less than federal limit
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85%, below 5 ppb. 160 homes had dangerous levels of lead. professor marc-edouard of virginia tech was the first to detect elevated lead levels last summer when state officials tried to discredit him. now the governor tapped him to help oversee the recovery. edwards says current lead levels are three to four times lotter than this summer's highs. do you think people here are week as way from being able to drink unfiltered tap walter. months. >> more likely, realistically, two, two and a half months. >> reporter: until then, flint's 99,000 residents like rose and dennis richmond have to drink bottled and filtered walter as water bills pile up. >> it is not right. it's not fair. so we will just have to see what comes of this. >> as residents depend on bottled walter many are refusing to pay their water bills. some joined a class action lawsuit to get their money back. scott, the mayor requested $3
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the city's underfunded water utility afloat. >> a tornado swept through broward county, florida today. trees came down. roofs tore up. trucks and cars were tossed. florida's turnpike was closed north of fort lauderdale. but there was only one injury. and it wasn't serious. there was a little more worrying news about the economy today. the federal reserve said that growth began to slow at the end of last year. and so it kept interest rates unchanged today. but that helped send the dow tumbling more than 200 points. another factor, apple. one of the stock's in the dow, fell more than 6.5% because iphone sales had cooled off. new cases of zika virus are turning up in the u.s. washington find a lot of green under all of that white. and -- new partners in fighting crime. living well
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a new case of zika virus reported in minnesota today. that makes ten cases in five states. the mosquito borne infection is a threat to fetuses developing in the womb. the u.s. cases are in people who traveled from south of the
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looking into the likely hufd lylikelihood of an outbreak here at home. >> reporter: brazil is fighting zika virus trying to control its mosquito population. so farther zika virus has not been found in mosquitoes in the u.s. the types that could carry the virus are found in this country. in fact, in warmer months those mosquitoes can be found in regions where 60% of americans live. that's about 200 million people. the zika virus has been linked to a birth effect, microcephaly where babies are born with small head. and dr. tara shrazian says doctors are bracing for likely arrival of the virus. in america, about 4 million women get pregnant each year. >> out of five only one exhibits symptoms. the other four don't have symptoms and may have been exposed but may still develop microencephaly in their fetuses
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we think is relatively high. >> nurse practicing ter, safiyyah okoye is pregnant and decided not to vacation in the caribbean this year. >> even countries that weren't on the travel ban list, i felt like by the time of our trip in march seemed like the list was rapidly growing. >> reporter: today united and american airlines, issued new policies alug pregnant women to postpone travel or receive full refund of flights to zika infected countries. zika spreads through mosquito bites and more is needed about sexual contact and blood transfusion. a vaccine could be three to five years away. jon, thank you very much. jon answered question as but zika virus in a facebook chat this evening. you can find his response on our face book page.
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right back. customs officials have been confiscating knock-off hoverboards. in chicago they showed off 16,000 counterfeits. authority say the fakes are more likely to overheat and catch fire than the real ones. in washington, the big storm led to a blizzard of tickets for parking on snow emergency routes. nearly 5,000 were written. that is a snowfall wind fall for the city. $1.25 million. by comparison, new york gave parkers a pass during the emergency. florida is coming to d.c.'s rescue sending 15 trucks to help peck pick up the snow with signs that say visit florida.
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ryan davis has a new partner, steve hartman reported the officer's former partner, jethroe was shot and killed by a suspected burglar and given a hero's funeral. he flew out, and saw a german shepard tuko it was a match.
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up for the generations. the vice president of the united states, joe biden with us from washington. >> the economy has gotten worse for many americans. >> is there a disconnect here? we end tonight with an epic
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a 20-something against a 30-something in a game that should be something else. peyton manning's candid moment with bell belichick after sunday's championship game. is adding more drama to a game that already features the most diametric division of team leaders in suls bowl history. manning, 39, most prolific passer the game has ever seen. but perhaps the least mobile. cam newton, just 26. >> for the touchdown. >> the best running quarterback today. he rushed for more yards than any of his peers. 636. manning, negative 6. >> is it possible to put into word how different the styles are? >> opposite end of the spectrum. >> ray lewis played quarterback for four teams during his career. look at peyton manning.
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look at cam newton. running and passing threat. >> reporter: the extreme style split extend beyond game plays and age gaps. on the sideline. manning never takes his eyes away from the printouts looks like he is constantly cramming for the s.a.t.'s. newton is demonstrative, hyperemotional, smiling and soaking in every moment like most rambunctious kid on the playground. only thing they do share is stifling defenses two. best in the nfl. >> picked off by coleman. >> think this is a defensive match up. people want to see, 49, 4. don't think it will be that way. it will be fun. awesome. >> one of two walks away with the ring. the bronco riding the last rodeo or young panther likely on the verge of many more. >> and, of course you can see super bowl 50, sunday, february 7th. right here on cbs. that's the "overnight news for this thursday."
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continue thousands. for others check back with us later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm scott pelley. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs
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